This picture provided Wednesday, Oct. 20, 2010 by the Italian Police shows a man identified by Police as Antonino Lo Giudice, center, held by police officers shortly after his arrest last week in ... more 
This picture provided Wednesday, Oct. 20, 2010 by the Italian Police shows a man identified by Police as Antonino Lo Giudice, center, held by police officers shortly after his arrest last week in Reggio Calabria. Italy's chief anti-Mafia prosecutor Piero Grasso says a rare turncoat from a powerful crime syndicate has helped them arrest a mobster on Wednesday, who planted a bomb and left a bazooka near a courthouse in separate warnings to investigators. Grasso told a private TV that turncoat Antonino Lo Giudice, a former top boss of 'ndrangheta, the name of the mafia crime syndicate of the region of Calabria, accused Antonio Cortese of planting the explosives in an attempt to intimidate prosecutors, who have been hitting hard at the syndicate, one of the world's biggest cocaine traffickers. less 
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Wed, Oct 20, 2010 6:55 AM EDT